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7 Saints

7 Saints

Nestled in the heart of Notting Hill, 7 Saints is a new restaurant serving modern British cuisine. It’s the first restaurant from James Gummer, former front of house at Mayfair restaurant and café, The Wolseley. The restaurant offers homemade, seasonal food for the neighbouring community to come together and enjoy. 

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Local transport links

The Brick is well connected to London, Europe and the rest of the world. With Westbourne Park Tube Station five-minutes away and St. Pancras and Heathrow less than one-hour’s journey, our location provides easy access into the city and beyond. Westbourne Park Tube station offers access to the Circle and the Hammersmith and City line, so all London’s main stops are within comfortable reach.  

Westbourne Park station
5-minute walk

Nearest bus stop
2-minute walk

Heathrow airport
35-minute drive

Westbourne Grove
12-minute walk

Little Venice
12-minute walk

Westbourne Grove
12 minute walk

Regents Park
10-minute cycle

Portobello road
8-minute walk

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Oliver Goldsmiths Spectacles

Oliver Goldsmiths Spectacles

Since 1962, Oliver Goldsmiths has been revelled for its signature eyewear and quality craftsmanship. From Audrey Hepburn to Michael, Oliver Goldsmiths has been an eyewear staple that represents classic British style across cult films and popular culture. It was the first to revolutionise sunglasses as a fashion accessory and the first eyewear brand to appear in Vogue. 

Local schools

When it comes to a growing family, we know there’s comfort in options. 

The Brick is surrounded by a variety of nurseries, primary and secondary schools, both public and private, making it easy for our residents to choose the best option for their family. We are well-situated to provide several credible options for new families as well as those who are already on their journey.

 

 

 

St Stephens Church of England Primary School

St Mary of the Angels Catholic Primary School

Our Lady of Dolours RC School

Chepstow House School

Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee School

Westminster Academy

Colville Primary School

Bevington Primary School

Notting Hill Prep School

Edward Wilson Primary School

Paddington Academy Secondary School

St Peters Church of England Primary School

College Park School

Kensington Aldridge Academy Secondary School

All Saints Catholic College

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Granger & Co.

Meet the people behind the counter at Australian eatery Granger and co and you’ll instantly get why it’s often described as sunny, easy-going and generous. Famed for its legendary breakfasts the food here is served at the famous central communal table, where locals and travellers, families and friends, continue to be welcomed. Photography by Kristin Perers and Mikkel Vang.

Granger & Co.

Europe's largest antiques market

Europe's largest antiques market

Portobello market alone attracts over 100,000 visitors every weekend. Just minutes away from thousands of stalls, The Brick is a stone’s throw away from a selection of unique antiques, fashion and food. Known in the 1900s as Green’s Lane, for centuries Portobello market has been a prized British gem that attracts vendors and customers from all over the world. 

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Ottolenghi

Ottolenghi

The original Ottolenghi location, this popular deli is a must-visit for its joyful displays of pastries and snacks. Much like the neighbourhood itself the food here is vibrant and bold yet familiar and comforting. Stop by for a morning snack to-go, or later on and take time to soak up the scenery. Photography taken by Issy Crocker.

MEET THE NEIGHBOURS

At the Brick, we’re all about community. Meet the people in the neighbourhood and hear their stories about what makes our surroundings so special.

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